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Dr

Pradeep Taneja

Lecturer In Asian Studies
Social And Political Sciences
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Dr

Pradeep Taneja

 
Division
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Primary Interest
Indian and Chinese politics
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Dr

Pradeep Taneja

 

Dr Pradeep Taneja lectures in Chinese politics, political economy and international relations at the University of Melbourne, where he is also a Member of the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies and a Fellow of the Australia India Institute. He was a graduate student at Peking University in the 1980s and worked in various parts of China for a number of years.

His current research interests focus on the rise of China as a regional and global power, Sino-Indian and Sino-Australian relations, Sino-Indian competition in the Indian Ocean. He is also working on a project examining the relationship between China’s business elite and the Communist Party of China. Pradeep earned his PhD in Chinese political economy at Griffith University, Brisbane. His books and monographs include China Since 1978 (with Colin Mackerras and Graham Young); Hong Kong and Australia: towards 1997 and beyond; and The European Union and China: Interests and Dilemmas (edited with Georg Wiessala and John Wilson). He has also contributed to the Routledge Handbook of China-India Relations, Dictionary of Chinese Politics and the Encyclopedia of Modern China. He is regularly interviewed by Australian and foreign media.

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Credentials

Positions

Positions


Lecturer In Asian Studies

Social And Political Sciences

Editorial Board Member

Joournal of Asian Security and International Affairs

Member

Asian Studies Association of Australia

Member

Chinese Studies Association of Australia

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

Griffith University

Master of Arts

Jawaharlal Nehru University

Bachelor of Commerce

Agra University

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